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THE TORCH 



this is the way it was 

1965 



EAST BRIDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL 
EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 




FOREWORD 



The future lies before me 

Like a long, unchartered mile, 

And I'm such a fearful traveler, 
Let me pause a little while. 

I have left undone a duty, 
I've a mem'ry to recall; 

A building stands behind me 
With an old familiar hall; 





And I recognize the faces 

Of some people that I knew; 

Though the world waits now before me, 
The past awaits me too. 









I seek to add no glamour 
To my wandering memory; 

I want to see the characters 
The way they used to be. 



I leave unchanged the places 
That I'll visit once again; 

The spirit so well known to me 
Must feel as it did then. 



Though the future is forever, 
The past is but a pause, 

A moment to remember 

That this is the way it was 




TABLE OF 

CONTENTS 

We Dedicate 
We Salute 
The Administration 
The Class of 1965 



The Underclassmen 

Athletics 

Activities 

A Word from 

Our Sponsors 

Our Memorial 



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DEDICATION 



A stick rattles in the light shade and 
swooshes lowly over our heads. A voice 
thunders through the corridors with a booming 
"How DARE you!" Of course this is Mr. 
Goodwin. 

However, we shall remember you for more 
than your persuasive ranting, huffing, and 
puffing, Mr. Goodwin. You have been our 
friend for five years. It was your guidance 
that helped us to mature into young adults 
sharing the responsibilities of our class and 
our society. You have shown us a world his- 
toric and ever-changing. By your example of 
civic leadership you have made us aware that 
we must take our part in that world as proud 
citizens of our community and our nation. 

You have always called us your special 
class. More than that, you are our very special, 
very dedicated teacher. Words or gifts are not 
enough to express our gratitude, so we dedicate 
to you the labor and laughter of our high school 
years which are embodied in this book, the 
product of our abilities. 

So brandish your pointer and bellow and 
laugh and help to mold the lives of those who 
will come after us. But pause before that 
tomorrow comes and accept our words of grati- 
tude. Thank you, Mr. Goodwin. 



SALUTATION 







The budding of 

a new idea - untried - untaught; 
Opinion-born 

and bold sent on a whimsical thought; 
The eye that looked 

with pity on all worldly strife - 
This was the man 

that we knew in his spring of life. 



The friendly warmth 

to beach a spirit sinking, lone, 
Turned suddenly 

once more to drifting thought, and blown 
Upon the yet 

unharvested minds of us began 
To grow again 

when we had later left this man. 



Remembering still 

the dedicated spirit, will 
We think on him 

as one with dreams - remembering still 
The man who'll leave 

a better world behind him when 
The winter of 

his life leaves him for spring again. 




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Class of 1965: 

Your accomplishments in the public 
schools of East Bridgewater are a source of 
pride for your community. Your successes are 
just dividends paid to all the citizens for their 
investment, both economic and civic, in public 
educations. Be thankful for your blessings and 
be mindful of your continued responsibility to 
yourselves and to each other. Over the years 
your parents have counseled and worked with 
you and for you. Humble about their own con- 
tributions, they have been ever eager for oppor- 
tunities to commend your efforts. 

Our citizens have recognized their re- 
sponsibilities to youth and have worked to 
provide opportunities in depth and in value a 
little better than were ever given before. Their 
ardent hope is that you will reward their faith 
in you and in turn surpass their own accomplish- 
ments. 



To do so, Class of 1965, each of you must 
devote constant attention to the obligations to 
yourself and others. There must be for you, and 
for all of us who say we love our community and 
nation, a never-failing attention to respect. 
Respect is wise discrimination in thoughts and 
actions, a measurement of our admiration for 
people and ideas, and a scale for self-examina- 
tion. To strongly condemn a man we say, "He 
has no one's respect." For highest praise of a 
man we say, "He has the respect of all." Each 
of us normally wants the respect of others, for 
in such esteem and love comes happiness. To 
merit this honor we must exercise extreme care 
and concern. To this duty to oneself, members 
of the Class of 1965, may you ever be alert. 

Very sincerely yours, 
Stanley B. Goldman 



PRINCIPAL'S 
MESSAGE 



To the Class of 1965: 

The day of graduation is about to dawn. My personal best wishes accompany you as 
you assume the responsibilities of adulthood. It is basic that one of the first things we all 
learn is to face responsibility. A person is always responsible for himself and his actions; 
he soon realizes he must make his own choices and cope with the results. 

The demands on our responsibility increase with our years. Maturing to adulthood, your 
aim is one of self-responsibility and happiness; your choices become completely your own. 
Eleanor Roosevelt wisely wrote, "We are the sum total of all the choices we have made." 

Weigh your decisions carefully. Value your opportunities. Realize nothing is ever 
accomplished by the person who claims "It can't be done." Tackle each task as it comes your 
way. Most of all, find truth in the James M. Barrie philosophy, "The secret of happiness is not 
in doing what you like but in liking what you have to do." 

Very truly yours, 

Raymond Hamilton, Principal 







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Vice Principal 




Miss Mary Anderson 
Guidance Counselor 



ADMINISTRATION 
and MEDICAL 



Mrs. Phyllis Hartman 
Nurse 





FACULTY 




Anthony M. Lorusso 
Chemistry "Science is, 
like virtue, its own 
exceeding great reward!' 
Kings ley 



Norman F. McGowen Biology 

"He blushes: all is well." 

Terence 



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Robert W. Magner 
Science, Math "The 
slow, wise smile." 
Tennyson 





FACULTY 



vtbert W. Kjellerstedt English "Each man is justi- 
ied in his individuality, as his nature is found to 
>e immense." 

Emerson 





Mary Payne Science 

"A cheerful temper will 
make beauty attractive, 
knowledge delightful, and 
wit good-natured." 

Addison 



Vincent S. Malewicz Physical 
Education "A great thing is a 
great book, but greater than all 
is the talk of a great man." 

Disraeli 

Mary Sullivan French, Latin 

"Consider that I laboured not 
for myself only, but for all them 
that seek learning." 

Apocraypha 






Virginia Lovering Physical Education 
"The body must be repaired and sup- 
ported, if we would preserve the mind in 
all its vigor." 

Pliny the Younger 



Joseph F. Morey Business Math 

"Thou wert my guide, philosopher and 
friend." 

Pope 




Stanley H. Hatch 
Business "The wise 
man does everything 
nobly, consistently, 
soberly, rightly." 

Cicero 



John Collins History 

Civics "Fields are won 
by those who belive in 
the winning." 

Higginson 




Gail Gallo Business 

"To charm, to strengthen 
and to teach." 

Longfellow 






Eileen B. Malloy English 
"The supreme art of the 
teacher is to awaken joy 
in creative expression 
and knowledge." 

Chesterfield 




Donald R. Ketcham French 

"So of cheerfulness, or a good 
temper, the more it is spent, the 
more of it remains." 

Emerson 




Albert H. Stevens Art 

"People always confuse the man and the artist 
because chance has united them in the same 
body." 

Renard 




Marion Farrar 
Home Economics 
"When all is done, 
the help of good 
counsel is that 
which setteth busi- 
ness straight." 

Bacon 




Everett R. Lays History 

"There is no wisdom like frankness." 

Disraeli 



John Schuller Chorus, Band 
"Melody is the absolute 
language in which the mu- 
sician speaks to every 
heart." 

Wagner 





Edward Meaney History 

"The office of the scholar is to 
cheer, to raise, and to guide wise 
men." 

Emerson 





Robert Holden Science, Math 

"All men see the same objects but do not 
equally understand them. Intelligence is 
the tongue that discerns and tastes them." 

Traherne 



Doris Lewis 




Math 


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shine." 




Chesterfield 





Linda Maier 



English 



"Kindness is the sunshine 
in which virtue grows." 

Ingersoll 









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Longfellow 



Anne Hynes Librarian 

"The best of healers is good cheer." 

Pinder 




Patricia Kelly French 

"Charms strike the sight, and merit 
wins the soul." 

Pope 



Herbert Rainy Shop 

"So every carpenter and 
workmaster will maintain the 
state of the world, and their 
desire is in the work of the 
craft." 

Apocrypha 





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Roy Menard Shop 

"A patient man is a pattern for 
a king." 

Wekker 





Robert Hennessey 

True wit is nature to advantage dress'd 
What o,ft was thought, but ne'er so well express'd." 



English 



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Arlene Levitt Typing 
"The gift of gaiety may 
itself be the greatest 
good fortune." 

Anonymous 




SENIORS 



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Most Studious 

Most Likely to Succeed 
Phyllis Crocker 
Douglas Hornstra 




Best Groomed 
Carol Richards 
Donald Davidson 





Friendliest 

Jo-Ann Mahoney 
Jeffrey Johnson 



Handsomest Boy 
George McCabe 

Prettiest Girl 
Deborah Carter 



SUPERLATIVES 




Most Dependable 
Dianne Baggia 
Richard Cloudman 



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Rosemary Black 
Peter Eldredge 



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Best All Around 
Dianne Wood 
Donald Davidson 





Class Clowns 

Denise Robichaud 
Charles Andrews 



Done Most For the Class 
Dianne Baggia 
Vernon Post 





Most Athletic 
Elin Melendy 
George McCabe 




VIRGINIA ELIZABETH ALDEN 
"Studies serve for delight, 
for ornament, and for ability. 
Francis Bacon 



LINDA MARIE AMBROSE 

Is she not more than 
painting can express, 

Or youthful poets fancy 
when they love?" 

Nicholas Rowe 




I ■ (1$%)^ RANDALL ANDRESEN 
[ / !puch /l //strength as a man 
should use. 
Cicero De Senectute 



CHARLES MICHAEL ANDREWS 

"Born with the gift of 
laughter and the sense that 
the world was mad, and that 
was his only patrimony." 

Sabatini 





AUDREY LEE ATWOOD 

A smile that won't come 
off." 

Wells 



DIANE MARY BAGGIA 
"The fairest garden in her 

looks, 
And in her mind the wisest 

books." 

Cowley 





PATRICIA ANN BANNERMAN 

"Silence that spoke, and 
eloquence of eyes." 

Homer 



DEBORAH ANN BARNEY 

" 'Tis not a lip or eye we 

beauty call, But the joint 

force and full result of all." 

Pope 





GEORGE WALTER BARRIS 
"His limbs were cast in 

manly mould 
For hearty sports or contest 

bold." 

Scott 



DOROTHY ROBERTA BARTHELL 

"The most completely lost 
of all days is that on which 
one has not laughed." 

Chamfort 





LINDA LOUISE BATES 

"A good companion, and 
an easy friend." 

Pope 



LINDA LORRAINE BATTI 

"How far that little candle 
throws its beams." 

Shakespeare 





ROBERT PAUL BENSON 

"Let your precept be, 'Be 
easy.' " 

Steele 



ROSEMARY ANGELA BLACK 
"Music training is a more 
potent instrument than any 
other, because rhythm and 
harmony find their way into 
the inward places of the 
soul." 

Anonymous 





DENNIS PAUL BLACKWELL 
"Joking and humor are 
pleasant and often of ex- 
treme utility." 

Cicero 



DIANNE MAY BOGACHO 

"She is always laughing, 
for she has an infinite deal 
of wit." 

Addison 





JANET ELAINE BOULDRY 
"Quietness is best." 

Holland 



DAVID MARK BRADFORD 

"A merry heart maketh a 
cheerful countenance." 

Anonymous 





ELAINE LEE BRIGGS 

"Here is a dear and true 
industrious friend." 

Shakespeare 



DEBORAH ANN CARTER 
"Most joyful let the poet 

be; 
It is through her that all 

men see." 

W. E. Channing 





JANET ANN CHAMBERLAIN 

"Her ways are pleasant- 
ness and all her paths are 
peace." 

Proverbs 




JULIETTE PORTER CHURCHILL 

"The morne not waking 
'til she sings." 

Lyly 



DOUGLAS STODDARD CLIVE 

"As good-natured a soul 
as e'er trod on shoe of 
leather." 

De Cervantes 



RICHARD WARREN CLOUDMAN 

"He was ever precise in 
promise keeping." 

Shakespeare 





DEBORAH ANN COOK 

"Wit to persuade and 
beauty to delight." 

Sir John Davies 



BRUCE HAYWARD COREY 

"If a good face is a letter 

of recommendation, a good 

heart is a letter of credit." 

Bulwer-Lytton 





EDWARD CLAYTON CRAIG 
"For a man by nothing is 

so bewrayed 
As by his manners." 

Spencer 



PHYLLIS MARSHA CROCKER 

"I am in earnest. I will 
not equivocate; I will not 
excuse; I will not retreat 
a single inch; and I will 
be heard." 

William Lloyd Garrison 



DOUGLAS JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM 

"Patience is the best 

remedy for every trouble." 

Anonymous 




KATHLEEN MARY DAHILL 
"Softly speak and sweetly 
smile." 

Addisoi 





DONALD RALPH DAVIDSON 
"The only way to have a 
friend is to be one." 

Emerson 



FRANCIS MICHAEL DeCHRISTOPHER 

"Wit makes its own wel- 
come, and levels all distinc- 
tions." 





JOSEPH WALTER DEVEAU 

"There is also a pure 

reward for faithful silence." 

Horace 



KATHLEEN MAUREEN DOREN 

"An honest business never 
blush to tell." 

Homer 





JOYCE ELAINE DUFFANY 

"The most manifest sign 
of wisdom is a continual 
cheerfulness. " 

Montaigne 



DONNA DUPREY 



"Happiness is a byproduct 
of an effort to make someone 
else happy." 

Gretta Palmer 




LJAyRENCE ALOYSIUS DYKES 
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Walt Whitman 



DAVID GEORGE EATON 

"A good heart is better 
than all the heads in the 
world." 

Lytton 




EARNEST ALBERT EKBERG 

"He that has patience may 
compass anything." 

Works 



PETER FOYE ELDREDGE 

"The great artist is the 
simplifier." 

Amiel 





WARREN SHAW ELDREDGE 

"No sooner said than done- 

so acts your man of worth." 

Quintus Ennuis 



LORETTA SUSAN FAIRBURN 

"Speak the truth and shame 
the Devil." 

Rabelais 





ROBERT LELAND FIGGINS 

"A smile that glow'd." 

Milton 




WILLIAM PAUL FRABETTI 

"In quietness and con- 
fidence shall be your 
strength." 

Isaiah 



CHRISTINE ANN GILSON 

"The hand that made you 

fair hath made you good." 

Shakespeare 



BASIL FORREST GOSS, Jr. 
"I have a reasonable good 
ear in music." 

Shakespeare 





ELLIN LESLEY GOULD 

"To educate the intelli- 
gence is to enlarge the 
horizon of its desires and 
wants." 

Lowell 



CHERYL ARLENE HALL 

"A sweet, attractive kind 
of grace." 

Roydon 





DENNIS ROGER HALL 

"Silence is gain to many 
of mankind." 

Aeschylus 



JAMES ALONZO HATCH 

"It is the nature of a great 
mind to be calm and un- 
disturbed." 

Senica 





DAWN MARIE HAWKINS 

"An angel with a radiant 
face." 

Longfellow 




RONALD WAYNE HOLMAN 

"A contentious man never 
lacks words." 

Jewel 



DOUGLAS JOHN HORNSTRA 
"For he wishes not to 
seem, but to be, the best." 
Aeschylus 



ROBERT GARDENER HURD 

"A merrier man 
I never spent an hour's talk 
withal." 

Shakespeare 








FRANK WILLIAM HURLEY 
"Whate'er he did was done 

with so much ease, 
In him alone 'twas natural 

to please." 

Dryden 



DOROTHY CATHERINE JENNINGS 
"A light heart lives long." 
Shakespeare 





JEFFREY WALLACE JOHNSON 
"A fresh, a free, a friendly 
man." 

Gower 



CRAIG STEPHEN KAMBEGIAN 
"Give me the hand that is 

honest and hearty. 
Free as the breeze." 

Montgomery 



DOREEN MARGARET KELLY 

'Come, sing, now, sing; 
for I know you sing well; 
I see you have a singing 
face." 

Fletcher 



LINDA WINIFRED LaBRECQUE 
"She is pretty to walk 

with. 
And witty to talk with, 
And pleasant, too, to 

think on." 

Suckling 






DAVID JAMES LaROSA 

"Men of great abilities are 
generally of large and vig- 
orous animal nature. 

Taylor 




RICHARD ALLEN LEE 

"A day for toil, an hour 
for sport, but for a friend is 
life too short." 

Anonymous 



JACK STARRATT LELAND 
"All mankind loves a 
over." 

Emerson 




GARY FRANCIS LeMOINE 

"A silent, shy, peace- 
loving man, he seemed no 
fiery partisan." 

Whittier 



JAMES FREEMAN LEVANGIE 
"Beware the fury of a 
patient man." 

Dryden 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH LOPES 

"Mind cannot follow it, 
nor words express her in- 
finite sweetness." 

Dante 





PATRICK LYNCH 

"An easy minded soul and 
always was." 

Aristophanes 



ROBERT SPENCER MacKAY 



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JO-ANN MAHONEY 

"What is the artist's duty? 
To praise and celebrate, 
Because her love is great, 
The lively miracle of uni- 
versal beauty." 

Allingham 



PAUL NEIL MALASPINO 

"From the crown of his 
head to the sole of his foot, 
he is all mirth." 

Shakespeare 



GEORGE CARLINMcCABE 
"The swift runners who 
hand over the lamp of life." 
Lucretius 



ROBERT JOSEPH McGRAIL 
"The happiest people seem 
to be those who have no 
particular cause for being 
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KATHLEEN ANN MEANEY 

"A fair exterior is a silent 
recommendation." 

Butler 



ELIN PATRICIA MELENDY 
"This world belongs to 
the energetic." 

Cicero 



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KAREN JEAN MILLIKEN 

"In silence also there's o 

worth that brings no risk." 

Anacreon 



ROBERT ALAN MITCHELL 
"But for the glorious 
privilege, 
Of being independent." 

Burns 





JAMES ELLIOT MORSE 

"Every sincere man is 
right." 

Emerson 



MEREDITH LESLIE MOULSON 
"Fair, as the first that 
fell of womankind." 

Byron 





MARY SANDRA MURRAY 

"Happiness seems made 
to be shared." 

Corneille 



PATRICIA ANN O'KELLY 

"A friend may well be 
reckoned the masterpiece 
of nature." 

Emerson 





SHERIDAN LEE ORCUTT 
"Small things are best." 
Taber 



VIRGINIA EILEEN PARKER 
"Behind the poem is the 
poet's soul." 

Towne 





EDWARD GERARD PEGNAM 
"As happy a man as any in 
the world, for the whole 
world seems to smile upon 
me." 

Pepys 



ROBERTA MAE PERRY 
"Beauty is the thing that 




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ROGER LOUIS PIPER 

"There are some silent 
people who are more inter- 
esting than the best talkers!' 
Disraili 



WILLIAM CARL POOLE 

"No man ever asked a 
favor with less offense, or 
conferred one with better 
grace." 

Plutarch 





HOWARD VERNON POST 

"Urge him with truth to 
frame his fair replies; 

And sure he will; for wis- 
dom never lies." 

Homer 




RICHARD LEMUAL POWERS 
"Hail fellow, well met." 

Swift 



DONNA LEE PRATT 

"With malice toward none; 
with charity for all." 

Lincoln 



MARSHALL BERNARD RESNICK 

"Merrily, merrily shall I 
live now." 

Shakespeare 





CAROL ANN RICHARDS 

"A modest woman, dressed 
in all her finery, is the most 
tremendous object of the 
whole creation." 

Goldsmith 



PATRICIA ANN ROBBINS 

"The gift of gaiety may 
itself be the greatest good 
fortune, and the most serious 
step toward maturity." 

Edman 





DENISE MARIE ROBICHAUD 

"As merry as the day is 
long." 

Shakespeare 



JEAN ROBIDEAU 

"Seek to be good, but aim 

not to be great; A woman's 

noblest station is retreat." 

Lyttelton 








KATHERINE FRANCES ROCHETTE 

"And be ye wise, as ye be 
fair to see." 

Chaucer 



MARSHA MARGARET ROCKWELL 

"Her angel's face, As the 
great eye of heaven, shyned 
bright, And made a sunshine 
in the shady place." 

Spencer 





CLAYTON ARTHUR ROLLINS 
"A merry heart that laughs 
at care." 

Henry Hart Milman 



LOUISE RUDOLF 

"Silence is fin 
for a woman." 



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HELEN ANN SANTILLI 

"All succeeds with people 
who are sweet and cheer- 
ful." 

Voltaire 



DONNA MAY SHERWOOD 

"But give me the fair one, 
in country or city, Whose 
home and its duties are dear 
to her heart." 

Woodworth 





ROBERT MERLE SHERWOOD 

"To be strong is to be 
happy." 

Longfellow 



ROBERT JOSEPH SMITH 

"Horses he loved, and 
laughter." 

W. K. Holmes 





DOROTHY ANN SPRAGUE 

"I'll speak to thee in 
silence." 

Shakespeare 



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LAWRENCE JOSEPH SULLIVAN 

"Both silent, when there 
is need, and speaking in 
season." 

Aeschylus 




VERLYN SWEENEY 

"Silence is the perfectest 
herald of joy." 

Shakespeare 




ROBERT WILLIAM SWIFT 

"He that is a friend indeed 

he will help thee in thy need! 

Barfeild 




ALBERT STUART TABER 

"Men of few words are the 
be ir 

Shakespeare 



GEORGE EDWARD TUCKER 
"One of those happy souls 
which are the salt of the 
earth." 

Shelley 





RAYMOND CHARLES TUHOLSKI 
"Manners make the man." 
Defoe 



SOPHIE SUSAN TUHOLSKI 

"Little friends may prove 
great friends." 

Aesop 





JANET ELLEN VAUGHAN 

"Kindness is the first of 
all virtues." 

Vauvenorgues 



LAUREL JEANNE VIOLA 

"Manner, not gold, is a 

woman's best adornment." 

Lord Chesterfield 





THOMAS ERIC WALLIN 
"Happy man be his dole!" 
Shakespeare 



BARRY MARTIN WHITE 

"Sir, your wit ambles well; 
it goes easily." 

Shakespeare 





THOMAS WHITEMAN, Jr. 

"In every deed of mischief 
he had a heart to resolve, a 
head to contrive, and a hand 
to execute." 

Gibbon 



SANDRA JANE WHITING 

"She was fair as is the 
rose in May." 

Chaucer 





BRIAN JOSEPH WHITTAKER 

"Men love to wonder and 
that is the seed of our 
science." 

Emerson 



RONALD ALVIN WOHLEN 
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DIANNE LOUISE WOOD 
"Personal beauty is better 

recommendation than any 
etter of introduction." 

Aristotle 



MARY EILEEN ZION 
"Exuberance is beauty." 
Blake 




DIRECTORY 



VIRGINIA ELIZABETH ALDEN "Ginny" 

Notional Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 
1,2,3,4; French Choral and Art Group 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 4; J.V. Cheer- 
leader-Captain 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;. Yearbook; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: French Teacher 



LINDA MARIE AMBROSE "Ambrose- 
Class Treasu/wv|, 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 
3,4; French QierSefend Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Clinic Assistant 
2,4; Future Nurses' Club 3, Vice President 4; Class Con- 
stitution Committee; Basketball 1, 3; Field Hockey 1 ; Tennis 
1, 2; Pep Squad 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 2, 3, Captain 
4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College. 



WAYNE RANDALL ANDRESEN "Randy- 

Future Plans: Military Service 

CHARLES MICHAEL ANDREWS -Charlie" 

Football 2, 3; Co-Captain 4; Junior Prom; Senior Re- 
ception. 

Future Plans: Further Schooling or Work 

AUDREY LEE ATWOOD "Audie" 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom; Class Pin Committee; 
Kitchen Assistant 1. 

Future Plans: Remedial Reading Teacher or Children's 

Librarian 

DIANNE MARY BAGGIA "Badge" 

Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Exchange 3; Student 
Council 3, Secretary 4; Traffic Squad 4; Junior Classical 
League 2, 3, 4; French Chora.1 and Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 1 , 2; Cheer- 
leader-J.V. 3, Varsity 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; A rgU s 2, 3; Year- 
book; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



PATRICIA ANN BANNERMAN 



"Pat- 



Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Clinic Assistant 2; Basketball 1 , 4; Field 
Hockey 1; Softball 1, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Teacher 



DEBORAH ANN BARNEY "Bamhouse" 

French Choral and Art Group 4; Office Assistant 1,2. 3, 4; 
Tennis 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Class Play; Sophomore Hop; 
Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Further Schooling 



GEORGE WALTER BARRIS "Georgie" 

French Choral and Art Group 2; Football 1, 2, 3, Co- 
Captain 4; Track 3, 4; Basketball 1; Chorus 1,-2, 3, 4; 
Executive board 3; Class Pin Committee 3; Sophomore Hop; 
Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Further Schooling 

DOROTHY ROBERTA BARTHEL -Dottie" 

French Choral and Art Group 2; Office Assistant 3; Basket- 
ball 4; Field Hockey 3; Chorus 1, 2; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Dental Hygienist 



LINDA LOUISE BATES "Linda- 

French Choral and Art Group 2; Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 
2, 3, 4; Secretary for Mr. Stevens 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Business School 



LINDA LORRAINE BATTI "Linda- 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 
2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Office 
Assistant 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Argus 3; Class Play; 
Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



ROBERT PAUL BENSON "Bob- 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 2; Football 1. 

Future Plans: College 



ROSEMARY ANGELA BLACK "Rosie" 

Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral and 
Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
All-State 1, 2, 3; District All-State 1, 2, 3; All New Eng- 
land 1, 2, 3; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2,3; G.B.Y.S.O. 1, 2, 3; 
Argus 3; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception; 
Class Play. 

Future Plans: College 



DENNIS PAUL BLACKWELL "Denny" 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 
2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Further Schooling 



DIANNE MAY BOGACHO "Di- 

French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3; Library Assistant 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 4; Softball 1, 2. 

Future Plans: Secretary 



JANET ELAINE BOULDRY "Jan- 

Chorus 1,2, 3; Senior Reception; Secretary for Mr. 
Malewicz 4. 

Future Plans: Secretary 



DAVID MARK BRADFORD "Dave- 

Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Argus 3; Class Play; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 

Future Plans: College 



ELAINE LEE BRIGGS -Laine" 

Junior Classical League 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 4; Basketbal I 1 , 4; Tenni: 
2; Chorus 1,3, 4; Argus 3; Yearbook; Christmas Tableau; 
Class Play; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Receptior 

Future Plans: College 



DEBORAH ANN CARTER 



"Carter" 



National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 
1,2,3,4; French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Constitution 1; 
Argus 1,2, 3; Portfolio 4; Yearbook; Class Play; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Teaching 



EDWARD CLAYTON CRAIG "Eddie" 

Basketball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Chorus 1, 
2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Northeastern University 



PHYLLIS MARSHA CROCKER "Ph y i" 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Women's Club Guest 4; 
Girl's State Alternate; Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; Library 
brary Assistant 2, 4; Office Assistant 3; Chorus 3, 4; Argus 
3; Portfolio 4; Yearbook Editor; Class Play; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom. -%,.. 

Future Plans: College - Social Work Jjh 



DOUGLAS JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM "Doug" 

Football 1, 2, 3; Manager-Basketball 1; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Undecided 



KATHLEEN MARY DAHILL "Kathy- 

Majorettes 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Undecided 



JANET ANN CHAMBERLIN "Jan- 

French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 
4; Field Hockey 4; Softball 4; Chorus 1,2; Band 1,2, 3,4. 

Future Plans: Secretarial School 



JULIETTE PORTER CHURCHILL "Juis" 

Junior Classical League 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4 - Co-Manager 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary-Treasurer; Al l-State 3, 4; District- 
1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; All-New England 1 , 2, 4; 
Executive Committee 4; Argus 1,2; Portfolio 4; Yearbook; 
Class Play; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Music 



DOUGLAS STODDARD CLIVE "Doug" 

Football 1; Basketballl; Gymnastics 3; Yearbook; Junior 
Prom. 

Future Plans: Accountant - C.P.A. 



RICHARD WARREN CLOUDMAN 



'Ricky- 



Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Track 3; Tennis 2; 
Chorus 1, 2, 4; Yearbook; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Further Schooling 



DEBORAH ANN COOK "Deb- 
French Choral and Art Group 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 4; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play; Sophomore Hop; Junior Proi 
Senior Reception. 



Future Plans: Ai 



Hoste 



BRUCE HAYWARD COREY "Bruce- 

French Choral and Art Group 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketballl; Track 1; Chorus 1,2; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Junior Col lege 



DONALD RALPH DAVIDSON "Duck" 

Student Council 1, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Track 1; Executive Board 2; Yearbook; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Art School 



FRANCIS MICHAEL DeCHRISTOPHER -Mickey' 

Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1 , 2, 3; Cr 
Country 1; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



JOSEPH WALTER DEVEAU "Walter- 

Future Plans: Military Service - Business 

KATHLEEN MAUREEN DOREN "Kath y " 

Junior Classical League 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Clinic Assistant 
4; Future Nurses' Club 3, 4; Basketballl; Field Hockey 1, 
2; Tennis 1; Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom 
Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



JOYCE ELAINE DUFFANY "Joycie" 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 
1, 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer 2; French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 
3, 4 - Secretary 3; Clinic Assistant 4; Nurses' Club ' Club 
3, 4 - Treasurer 3; Basketballl; Tennis 1; Chorus 1,2, 3, 
4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom 
Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Nursing 



DONNA DUPREY 



"Dupe" 



Student Council 4; Traffic Squad 4; Clinic Assistant 1, 
2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Manager - Girls' Basketball 1, 
2,3; Manager - Girls' Softball 1, 2, 3; Argus 3; Portfolio 4; 
Yearbook; Christmas Tableau 2; Sophomore Hop; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception. 



Future Plans: Executi 



2tary 



LAURENCE ALOYSIUS DYKES "Larry- 

Football 1; Track 2; Chorus 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Argus 
3; Class Play; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Undecided 

DAVID GEORGE EATON "Dove- 

Future Plans: College 

ERNEST ALBERT EKBERG "Ernie" 

Future Plans: Photographer 

PETER FOYE ELDREDGE "Pete" 

Basketball 1; Track 2; Chorus 1; Argus 1, 2, 3; Year- 
book; Christmas Tableau 2; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Art School 

WARREN SHAW ELDREDGE "Chip- 

Manager - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Art School 

LORETTA SUSAN FAIRBURN "Sue" 

French Choral and Art Group 4; Library Assistant 4; 
Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Class Play; 
Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 

ROBERT LELAND FIGGINS "Fi ggy " 

Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track 2, 4; Audio- 
Visual Aid Club; Yearbook; Junior Prom; Senior Re- 
ception. 

Future Plans: General Motors Institute of Technology 



WILLIAM PAUL FRABETTI "Bill" 

Executive Committee 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Co-Captain 
4; Basketballl, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

Future Plans: Accounting 



CHRISTINE ANN GILSON "Cricket" 

Chorus 3, 4. 
Future Plans: I. B. M. 

BASIL FOREST GOSS, Jr. "Base- 
Band 1, 2, 3, President 4; Class Play; Junior Prom. 
Future -Plans: Carpenter 

ELLIN LESLEY GOULD "Ellin" 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Woman's Club Guest 
4; Student Council 1; Class Constitution Committee; 
J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.C.A.G. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; 
Office Assistant 2; Volleyball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Captain 3; Field Hockey 1,2,3 Co-Captain 4; Soft- 
ball 3, 4; Tennis 1; Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Class 
Play; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College - Psychiatrist 



CHERYL ARLENE HALL "Cheryl" 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 
1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art Group 1 , 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball^; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Junior Prom; Sophc 
more Hop; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



DENNIS ROGER HALL "Stretch- 

Future Plans:' Organist 

JAMES ALONZO HATCH -Jimmy" 

Football 2; Basketbal I 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Chorus 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

Future Plans: College or Professional Baseball 

DAWN MARIE HAWKINS "Dawn- 

French Choral and Art Group 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 
4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Class Play; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Art School 

RONALD WAYNE HOLMAN "Ron" 

Football 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook; Class Play; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Accountant 

DOUGLAS JOHN HORNSTRA "Honk" 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Traffic Squad 3; J.C.L. 1; Vice President 3; S.E.M.S.B.A. 
1,2; Yearbook Business Manager 4; Class Play; Boys' 
State; Sophomore Hop. 

Future Plans: Engineering 

ROBERT GARDENER HURD "Bob" 

Football 1; Chorus 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Sophomore 
Hop. 

Future Plans: Forestry 

FRANK WILLIAM HURLEY "Frank- 

Future Plans: Coast Guard 

DOROTHY CATHERINE JENNINGS -Candy" 

Basketball 1, 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Hairdressing 

JEFFREY WALLACE JOHNSON "Jeff" 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager 3; Pep Squad; Drill Team 
3, 4; Yearbook; Class Play; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3, 4; Audio- 
Visual Club; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 

CRAIG STEPHEN KAMBAGIAN "Camel Driver" 

Football 1, 2; Basketball; Junior Prom; Senior Re- 
ception. 

Future Plans: College 



DOREEN MARGARET KELLY "Doreen" 

Chorus 3, 4; Parker Junior High School, Reading 1; 
Wilmington High School 2. 

Future Plans: Singer 



LINDA WINIFRED LaBRECQUE "Frenchie" 

Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French Choral and 
Art Group 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Softball 1, 4; Tennis 
1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Junior College 



DAVID JAMES LaROSA "Dave" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Bqsketball 1; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1; Baseball 1, 3; Gymnastics 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Future Plans: Prep School 



RICHARD ALLEN LEE "Wong" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Air Force 



JACK STARRATT L ELAND 



'Jocko" 



Class Vice President 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1 , 3, 4; Yearbook; 
Sophomore Hop; Boys' State; Class Constitution; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Business 



JO-ANN MAHONEY "Jo- 

National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Girls' State; 
Mass. Youth Citizenship Conference 3; School of the Mu- 
seum Senior Prize Program 3; J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.C.A.G. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Super- 
intendent's Office Assistant 1 , 2; Basketball 1; Field 
Hockey 1,2; Softball 1; Tennis 2; J. V. Cheerleader 3; 
Pep Squad Secretary-Treasurer 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Argus 
3; Portfolio 4; Yearbook, Assistant Editor: Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception: Class Play. 

Future Plans: Art 



PAUL NEIL MALASPINO "Mouse- 

Football 4; Junior Prom; Senior Recepti 
Future Plans: Further School 



GEORGE CARLIN McCABE "George" 

Student Council 1, 2, Vice President 3; President 4; 
Southeastern Mass. District Student Council Treasurer 4; 
Student Exchange 3; Mass. Youth Conferences 3; Boys' 
State; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3; J.C.L. 1; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



ROBERT JOSEPH McGRAIL "Smii 

Basketball 1; Chorus 1 , 2, 3; Drill Te 
Future Plans: Further Schooling 



GARY FRANCIS LeMOINE "Link- 
Future Plans: Barber School 

JAMES FREEMAN LEVANGIE "Big Jim" 

Baseball 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Dance Band; Brass 
Choir 1, 2; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3; District 3; New England 2; 
Class Play. 

Future Plans: Night School 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH LOPES 



"Lopes- 



Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4 - Voting Delegate 
to MJCL 2; Clinic Assistant 4; Future Nurses' Club; 
Program Committee 3; President 4; Scorekeeper - Girls 
Basketball 3, 4; Field Hockey - Scorekeeper 1, 2 Man- 
ager 3, 4; Tennis 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; S 
Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Nursing 



PATRICK LYNCH "Pat- 

Junior Classical League 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 
3,4; Cross Country 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Gym- 
nastics 3; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Teaching 



KATHLEEN ANN MEANEY "Meaney" 

Cardinal Spellman High School 1; French Choral and 
Art Group 3; Softball 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Executive 
Committee 4; Chorus 1; Yearbook; Sophomore Hop; Jun- 
ior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



ELIN PATRICIA MELENDY "Eiin" 

Student Council 3; Nominating Committee 2, 4; French 
Choral and Art Group 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Work 



KAREN JEAN MILLIKEN "Millie" 

Bourne High School 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; .Che 
Band 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Hair Dresser 



ROBERT ALAN MITCHELL "Mitch- 
Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Chorus 2; Junior Pr 
Future Plans: Business School 



ROBERT SPENCER MacKAY "Bob- 
Baseball 3, 4. 

Future Plans: Mi litary Service 



JAMES ELLIOT MORSE -Jimmy- 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play; Junior Pr 
Future Plans: Business School 



MERIDITH LESLIE MOULSON "Mem" 

French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assist- 
ant 3; Class Color Committee; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 



MARY SANDRA MURRAY "San" 

National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Softball 
4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Junior College 



PATRICIA ANN O'KELLY "Kelly" 

Chorus 1, 2; Sophomore Hop; Senior Reception. 
Future Plans: Government Secretary 

SHERIDAN LE-E ORCUTT -sherry" 

Chorus 1, 2; Junior Prom. Senior Reception. 
Future Plans: Work 

VIRGINIA EILEEN PARKER "Ginnie" 

Student Council 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 
4; Office Assistant 2; Basketball; Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Argus 3; Portfolio 4; Yearbook; Junior Prom; Senior 
Reception; Executive Board 3; Class Motto Committee; 
Class Play. 

Future Plans: College 

EDWARD G. PEGNAM "Ed" 

Football 4; Basketball 4. 
Future Plans: College 



RICHARD LEMUAL POWERS "Pow" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Undecided 

DONNA LEE PRATT "Pratt" 

Basketball 1, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; 
Tennis 2; Sophomore Hop; Christmas Tableau 2; Junior 
Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Further Schooling 

MARSHALL B ERNARD R ESNI CK ■ ■ Re , . •• 

Football 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Mechanics 



CAROL ANN RICHARDS "Carol" 

Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral and 
Art Group 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 1; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: Teaching 



PATRICIA ANN ROBBINS "Pat" 

Cafeteria Assistant 1 , 2, 3; • Chorus 1, 2; Junior Pr 
Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Hairdresser 



DENISE MARIE ROBICHAUD "Niece- 
Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral and 
Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Clinic Assistant 3, 4; Future Nur- 
ses' Club 3, 4 - Vice President 3; Manager - Field Hockey 
2; Tennis 1; Pep Squad 2; Captain 4; Chorus 1, 2, .3, 4; 
Argus 3; Class Play; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Nursing School 



ROBERTA MAE PERRY "Perry's" 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 
Future Plans: Hairdressina 



JEAN ROBIDEAU "Jeannie" 

Basketball 1; Chorus 1; Senior Recepti 
Future Plans: Hairdressing and Marriage 



ROGER LOUIS PIPER "R og " 

Track 2; Cross Country 3. 
Future Plans: Accounting School 

WILLIAM CARL POOLE "Bill" 

Cafeteria Assistant 2, 4; Drill Team 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Service 

VERNON HOWARD POST "Fern" 

Class President 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 
Boys' State; Delegate to Harvard-Radcliffe Model UN; 
Student Council 2; Traffic Squad 2; Class Constitution 
Committee; J .C.L. 1 , 2, 3, 4 - President 2; F.C.A.G. 4; 
Football 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 4; Bandl; Yearbook; Sophomore Hop; 
Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Medical Research 



KATHERINE MARGARET ROCHETTE "Kathy- 

Women's Club Guest; Model UN; National Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4; J.C.L. 1, 3, 4, Secretary 2; F.C.A.G. 1, 2, 
President 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; 2; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 3; District 2, 3, 4; 
All-State 3; Argus 1; Portfolio 4; Yearbook; Class Play; 
Junior Prom; Senior Reception; Sophomore Hop. 

Future Plans: College - Physchology 



MARSHA FRANCES ROCKWELL -Marsh' 

Clinic Assistant 1; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Sophomc 
Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Junior College 



CLAYTON ARTHUR ROLLINS "Clay" 

Laurel Crest Academy 1, 2; Soccer 1,2; Golf 1,2; 
Baseball 1, 2; Football 4; Chorus 4; Junior Prom; Seni 
Reception. 

Future Plans: Electrician and Real Estate 



LOUISE GLORIA RUDOLPH -Loui- 

Whitman-Hanson Regional 1 ; Guitar Club 1. 
Future Plans: Floral Design 

HELEN ANN SANTILLI "Tilly- 

Junior Classical League 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Clinic Assist- 
ant 4; Future Nurses' Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3; Softball 1; Pep Squad 2; Chorus 1, 2; Jun- 
ior Prom. 

Future Plans: Nursing 

DONNA MAY SHERWOOD "Shorty" 

Future Plans: Hairdressing 

ROBERT MERLE SHERWOOD "Bob" 

Drill Team 4. 
Future Plans: Air Force 

ROBERT JOSEPH SMITH "Smitty" 

Basketball 1. 
Future Plans: Race Horse Trainer 

DOROTHY ANN SPRAGUE "Dotti." 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Tennis 1; Pep Squad 2; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Class Play - Director; 
Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 

LAWRENCE JOSEPH SULLIVAN "Sully" 

Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 
Future Plans: Service 

VERLYN SWEENY "Veri" 

Whitman-Hanson Regional 1; Library Assistant 3, 4; 
Future Nurses' Club 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; 
Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Nursing 

ROBERT WILLIAM SWIFT -swifty" 

Student Council 1, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Junior 
Classical League 2; Student Trainer 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 4; 
Chorus 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Argus 3. 

Future Plans: 

ALBERT STUART TABER "Aibie" 

Future Plans: Mechanic 

GEORGE EDWARD TUCKER "chick" 

East Junior High 1 ; Brockton High 2; National Honor 
Society 2; Student Council 1; Art Club 1; Junior Prom. 

Future Plans: College 

RAYMOND CHARLES TUHOLSKI "Ray" 

Cross Country 1; Tennis 1 , 2, 3; Junior Prom. 
Future Plans: Military Service 



SOPHIE SUSAN TUHOLSKI -Sue" 

French Choral and Art Group 2, 3; Library Assistant 2; 
Basketball 4. 

Future Plans: Receptionist 

JANET ELLEN VAUGHAN "Janet- 
Library Assistant 2; Cafeteria Assistant 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1; Chorus 1. 

Future Plans: Secretary 

LAUREL JEANNE VIOLA "Laurel- 

French Choral and Art Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Pep 
Squad 4; Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 2, 3; Class P| ay ; 
Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: College - Airline Stewardess 

THOMAS ERIC WALLIN "Tarm- 

Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Tennis 1, 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 

Future Plans: Civil Engineering 

BARRY MARTIN WHITE -Barr- 

Student Council 3; Traffic Squad 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Teacher 

THOMAS WHITEMAN, Jr. -Tommi- 

French Choral and Art Group 4; Basketball 1, 2; Cross 
Country 1; Tennis 2; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Sen- 
ior Reception. 

Future Plans: College 

SANDRA JANE WHITING "Sandy p. e." 

F.C.A.G. 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 1; Tennis 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Argus 2, 3; Class Play; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Senior Reception; Class Constitution; Executive Board 3,4. 

Future Plans: Junior College 

BRIAN JOSEPH WHITTAKER ■■Witt" 

Drill Team 3, 4. 
Future Plans: Undecided 

RONALD ALVIN WOHLEN -Waiiy" 

Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 
Future Plans: College 

DIANNE LOUISE WOOD -Woodie" 

Student Council 4; Traffic Squad 4; F.C.A.G. 2, 3; 
Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Tennis 1; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3 - Captain 4; Chorus 1 , 2, 3; Class Play; So- 
phomore Hop; Junior Prom; Senior Reception. 



Future Plans: Further Schooling 



MARY EILEEN ZION -Marzi" 

Library Assistant 3, 4; Clinic Assistant 1 ; Chorus 1, 
2; Cafeteria Assistant; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Senior Reception; Pep Squad. 

Future Plans: Secretary 




HONORS 



Woman's Club Honor Guests 
Phyllis Crocker, Katherine 
Rochette, Ellin Gould. 




Student Government Day Rep- 
resentative and Jewish War 
| Veteran's Delegate George 
McCabe 




Boys' State Representatives Thomas 
Wallin, Douglas Hornstra, Vernon 
Post, Jack Leland, George McCabe 



CLASS PLAY 




"The whole world's a stage." 
or, more accurately, the whole 
stage is your world when someone 
from the dark recesses of ropes, 
props, and curtains, calls, 
"Lights! Curtain! - You're on !" 
Stunned and afraid and unable to 
run you recite your lines me- 
chanically until you actually 
become Emily Kimbrough, Cor- 
nelia Otis Skinner or any of the 
characters of the play "Our Hearts 
Were Young and Gay," in which 
two young girls, traveling to 
Paris on an ocean liner, encounter 
the zaniest of experiences. At 
last you proudly take your bows at 
the curtain call. The senior class 
play was a hilarious success. 
Thank you actors, actresses and 
especially Mrs. Eileen Malloy, our 
director, and Dottie Sprague, our 
student director. 










Amidst the swishing of taffeta, beneath 
crepe paper streamers in a transformed gym- 
nasium, we dance away three short hours. It 
went so quickly, and yet we remember the months 
of preparation. We remember a quick sandwich 
and coke at ten o'clock the night before; we 
remember the bare feet and painted blue jeans; 
we remember how everyone contributed so 
willingly to the "streamer fund." This was the 
joy of our junior prom - the fun of working to- 
gether to create an underwater ballroom out of 
an airy, dusty ball-room. 















JUNIOR 
PROM 





UNDERCLASSMEN 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Ann Ducille Rebecca Zentz Albert Florini Robert Demers 




Robert Alexander Ernest Allen Eric Aim Gayle Andersen Elaine Armer Ann Akusis 




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Pamela Blair Janice Bolduc Harry Bouldry Pamela Bullard Roger Beuron Sally Campbel 






Judith Chamberlain Suzanne Chausse Luther Churchill Ronald Cobbett Joseph Collins Terry Corthell 




Thomas Cruz John Darling Richard Dexter Daniel Dodge Cheryl Doren Kenneth Ellis 




Penny Eldredge Susan Eldredge Charles Farnham Susan Flagg Deborah Fleck James Foley 





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Jane Fountain Linda Frasier David Frazer Richard French Cheryl Fuller Carol Gallagher 






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Bill Gilmore David Handy Donna Hatch Richard Hinds Arthur Holyoke William Hooker 






Ronald Hudson Suzanne Hultman Mary lannacone Michael lannacone Steve Jenkins Walfred Johnson 





Randy Julius William Kelly Paul Lawson Lois Leland John Levangie 




Kenneth Lincoln Judith Lovering Bruce Ludwig Daniel Lynch Linda Magivney Linda Marconi 






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Steve Mason Mary McCarthy George McHardy John Meserve Peter Moskos Donna Moyette 






Jerry Moxley Bonita Nelson Robert Nisby Robert Olson Gerald Ortenzi Michael Perkins 







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Susan Pinkham Earl Purington Elizabeth Reardon Margaret Rocha Cheryl Rolling Mark Setterlund 







Edward Smith Joanne Smith Sue Sproul Carli sle Sturgis Stephen Swenson Lee Tarantino 





Barbara Thornton David Waterman Roy Whittaker Susan Wilkinson Kathy Wilson Jerilyn Woodard 




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Marilyn Woodard Kenneth Woodward 



JUNIOR CLASS 




Jeffrey Wallin Richard DiPietro Jean Melendy Kathleen Ring 




Jane Alexander John Alexander Dona Allen Catherine Anderson Ingrid Anderson Alan Aruda 




Daniel Atwood Bonnie Babbit Helen Babin Daniel Barnes Norma Beach Richard Benson 



Nancy Babin Paula Bates Carl Barris Deborah Belmore Russell Bouldry Betty Briggs 





Maureen Carey Karen Chuilli Brenda Clark Robert Cobbett Jeanne Connors Alan Cunningham 




Fred Darling Dale Davidson Lenoura Dickinson Michael DiGiano Janice Dunlevy Patricia Eklund 






Gail Elwood Christina Farrel! John Farrell Catherine Figgins Linda Foley Sandra Froi 





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John Guarino Wade Hamilton Jeffrey Hanson John Hanson 



Raymond Howarth Mark Johnson Judith LaRosa Carleton Leavitt Susan Levangie Judith Leland 






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Cynthia Maille William Malady Michael Mason Pamela Mathew Mary Mayer Earl McClare 






MaryMcGrail Donald Meyerowitz GregMilligan 





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Philip Mola Daniel Mulkern Dennis Munise 





Judith Nadolny Dona Nutt Daniel Parsons Wendy Pease Carl Peterson Mary Ann Philbrick 




Patricia Poole Sydney Queripal Richard Reed Bruce Richards Christopher Roan Raymond Robideau 




Dona Rugg Linda Sampson Robert Sampson Lynn Santilli Patricia Shepard Ray Smith 




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Laurie Snow Naureen Sparling Nancy Sproul Gerald Stetson Patricia Thomas Sally Thornton 




Robert Tower Steven Trefethen Judith Trochsler Frances Turowski Alfred Usowicz Deborah Walsh 




John Walsh Ruth Walsh Warren White Karen Whiteman Thomas Whitman Alice Wilcox 






Daniel Wile Kathleen Wilkinson Donald Will iams Patricia Wilson Leanne Wood Wendy Young 



FRESHMAN CLASS 





Thomas Goode Michael Ring Catherine Burke Gerald Alden 




Edna Adams John Akusis Linnea Anderson Edward Baggia Marsha Barnes James Barthel 




Elizabeth Vaslet Karen Batti Phillip Beach Judith Benson Valerie Benson Wilfred Bergeron 






Gary Blanchard Joyce Brown Ronald Brunetti Donna Brusseau Steven Bump James Campbel I 









Kathleen Carey John Carter Karen Cloudman Jane Collins John Conlon Margaret Cook 



William Coots Sheila Copeland Ronald Corey Rebecca Corthell John Costello Jeffrey Craig 



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Flaine Cruz 



Eileen Curley William D'Agostino David Danforth Larry Davidson Daniel 

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George Ernest DeCosta David DeLorenzo 

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Ann Demers Daniel DiGiano Mary DiPietro 




Ann Dodge Jean Duarte 



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Cheri Duarte Candance Dunton Ronald Eddy Scott Ekberc 




Robert Farnham James Ferrante Carole Flanagan Katherine Flanagan Lois Flood Nancy Foley 




Michael Forni Kenneth Frabatti Janice Frasier Harry Gallagher Richard Gill Kathy Gisonna 




Mark Goldman Thomas Grabau Marilyn Guarino Will iam Harden Brian Harding Wayne Hatch 





Linda Howins Donna Holman Edward Holyoke Stephen Howard!. .^Nancy Howland Janice Hubbard 





Dana Huntley Steven Hurd Christine lannacone Kenneth Jenkins Ralph Jones Glen Julius 






Linda Kashgagian Donna Kanerson Jane Knight Patricia Knight Edward Koslowski Cornelius Kroese 



Charles Lee Karen Leganowicz Steffan Long Marsha Lovering Jeannie MacNeill Deborah Maills 





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Michael Malaspino Maureen Mai Ion Geoffrey Marconi Ronald Marshall Janet McClare Theresa McCabe 




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John Merianos Brian Milligan Charles Milliken Joseph Morey Neil Morton Arthur Moskos 




James Moxley Frank Orcutt Veronica Pasiak Janice Parsson Richard Perkins Russell Perkins 




Candance Perrault Regina Poskus William Pyatt Grace Reid Carol Riordan Jane Robichaud 





Theresa Rogers Kenneth Rollins Kendrick Rudolph Brynn Rugg Leslie Savoy Edward Sexton 






Alan Smith David Sparling Robert Sproule Winston Stone David Swenson Charles Thomas 




Kenneth Thompson Gayle Torrey Marilyn Toppy Stephen Tower Alfred Turowski Carol Veilleux 




Kenneth Wainor Betty Walsh Licia Weore Edward Wedge JerilynWile David Wood 





Cameron Woodard Theresa Yakavoni s John Zarella Beverly Zaral Rachel Zentz 




ATHLETICS 




CHEERLEADERS 



F-l-G-H-T ... F-l-G-H-T! A line of girls skip spritely onto the battlefield. Like 
the flightly muses they screech commands and warnings to the Easties' warriors. 
(It is unfortunate they do not have the influence of the muses over their losing 
teams.) "Fight ... score ... win!" The jeering crowds of the opponent; the lack 
of E.B. support; the losses. The Greek muses never performed a more difficult 
task with as much grace and vigor. 





CROSS COUNTRY 



Anxiously crouched at the starting line wait 
the teams. Tense muscles are ready to spring 
forward at the gun ... and they are running! Two 
to three miles over pavement and woodland paths, 
scattered with leaves that crunch under their feet, 
is the course of the cross country runner. Dogs 
occasionally nipping at their heels and the cool 
autumn breezes are their only companions. The 
individual runs alone. With the finish line in view 
their mouths drop open, gasping for air; their legs 
are weights, their motions mechanical. Victory is 
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September's dusty field became October's 
muddy morass. Rain . . . snow . . . cold. The 
crowds were meager; the enthusiasm less. 
The boys had eyes stung by the dust, .their 
cold bodies bruised from being trampled upon. 
Run ... kick ... fumble ... fall! Charge ... 
push ... tackle ... fall! They met defeat after 
defeat, and yet a remarkable increase in loyalty, 
unity, effort, and sportsmanship characterized 
our team. From the sidelines came the anxious 
cajoling yells of the coaches, Vincent Malewicz 
and John Collins. The field remains. Dry ... 
quiet . . . memorable. 




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Nine girls stand in their places ready to 
whack a small white ball and chase itwith sticks 
to the ground. The whistle blows. Bully ! Ground, 
sticks; ground, sticks; ground, sticks - whap ! 
Clumps of grass and clouds of dust fly at the 
players' heels. Crack! Sticks clash and the 
indifferent object of such rough aggression is 
carried down the field. A goal ! If it has rained, 
a mud bath is inevitable. The girls emerge 
breathless with parched throats, sweaty or cold 
and caked with mud, and perhaps the loser. This 
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BASKETBALL 

The whistle blows. Opposing centers 
leap into the air and tip the ball into play. 
Pass . . . dribble . . . drive ! Feel the sweat, 
the tension; hear the screaming crowd. 
Push ! Dribble . . . pop - a basket ! 

The self criticism for a foul or miss; 
the shrill shreech of the ref's whistle; the 
encouraging yells of the coaches; the heat, 
the weariness; all add to the pressure, as 
the game goes on, but you must stay cool. 
It is a close game. It is always a close 
game and in the last minutes a nervous 
crowd becomes frantic. Push yourself! 
Pass, pass, pass - and the game is over. 
If you have won, you knew you could; if 
you have lost . . . you wonder why. 










GIRL'S 
BASKETBALL 



As the cold winter wind whips across 
the hockey field, blowing snow into piles 
against EBHS, our athletically inclined 
girls turn to the indoor sport of basketball. 
Gracefully they run and leap, pass and 
catch, dribble and shoot. Possessed with 
the desire to win, they exhaust themselves 
with effort and yelling encouragement to one 
another. On their faces are expressions of 
self-condemnation if they miss a pass or 
lose a game. This is basketball. 




ACTIVITIES 




Class of 1965 this is your yearbook, picturing the enjoyment and achievement 
of your high school years. The book itself represents one year of grueling work. Do 
that write-up fifty times until it is right! Meet that deadline! Push those ads! Compile 
... sort ... layout ... work ... create! 



We, the staff members of the 1965 Torch, cannot tell you that this is a superior 
work ... you must decide that it is for yourselves. To future classes we give reluctantly 
all the suffering and the ultimate joy of accomplishment upon the completion of your 
yearbook ... and four of the most valuable years of your lives. 




TORCH 



Editor-in-Chief - Phyllis Crocker 

Publication — Jo- Ann Mahoney 

Literary — Deborah Carter 
Joyce Duffany 
Cheryl Hall 
Dorothy Sprague 
Katherine Rochette 

Layout — Dianne Baggia 
Linda Batti 
Dawn Hawkins 
Verlyn Sweeney 

Activities — Virginia Parker 
Patricia Bannerman 
Ellin Gould 
Dorothy Lopes 

Typing — Virginia Parker 
Elaine Briggs 
Juliette Churchill 
Donna Duprey 
Kathleen Meaney 

Business Manager - Douglas Hornstra 

Advertising — Jack Leland - Vernon Post 
Virginia Alden 
Loretta Fairburn 
Jeffrey Johnson 
Thomas Wall in 

Subscription — Donald Davidson - George McCabe 
Douglas Clive 
Richard Cloudman 
Ronald Holman 




Editor-in-Chief ... 
Phyllis Crocker 

Publication Editor ... 
Jo-Ann Mahoney 

Business Editor ... 
Douglas Hornstra 



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Layout ... 

Dianne Baggia 



Subscriptions ... 
Jack Leland 
Vernon Post 




Literary ... 

Deborah Carter 






Activities and 
Typing ... 
Virginia Parker 



Advertising ... 

George McCabe 
Donald Davidson 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Here are the honor 
students, the academic 
leaders. Here is a group 
with great potential, but 
little activity. The Na- 
tional Honor Society has 
been the object of much 
examination and criti- 
cism. Although its mem- 
bers are chosen for 
academic and personal 
merit, the society as a 
whole struggles for re- 
spect. This year the 
society stirred to fulfill 
its role as a functioning 
organ of its school and 
community. The achieve- 
ments were not remark- 
able the attempts 

were. 



PORTFOLIO 




Think. Create. Be an individual. Free expression is the hope for our 
bold world. Speak out! Communicate! We can only preserve our freedom to 
make our beliefs known if we exercise that right. In our poems, essays, and 
art we published the views of youth in a transient world. This new publication 
was called Portfolio. It was an expression of ourselves. 







Books for better reading ... pursuit of knowledge aided ... democracy through service. 
Trying to alleviate misunderstandings and to stimulate unity through service, the Student 
Council has received praise as well as criticism from the student body. Its name is 
suggestive of its function. Consisting of representatives from each class, serving as 
consultants, this influential organization seeks individual and collective betterment of 
all students. The Student Council aims to comply with sound and constructive criti- 
cism, but advocates proper procedure in attempting to institute change. Participation 
encouraged ... leadership expected ... success, failure, cooperation, discord; but always 
the attempt. Unlimited ambition, guided by Miss Mary Anderson and Mr. Norman McGowan, 
was rhe key to our achievement. Through them words were transformed into action. 




STUDENT 
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BAND 
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MAJORETTES 



Tweet! Tweet! Tweet! The blue and gold uniformed 
musicians march in formation onto the muddy football field. 
Numb fingers push the valves and beat the drums. Besides 
adding spirit to the football games, the band contributes to 
several assemblies and presents concerts throughout the 
year. Added this year was the exchange concert with Green- 
field High School in March. EBHS can be proud of one of the 
finest bands in the area. 




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The screeching of the sopranos - the rumbling of the basses - and always the undertone 
of chatter. This was the social hour where the voices of the chorus members were often not put 
to their proper uses. However, out of the chaos and confusion created by over one hundred 
students, Mr. Schuller produced a fine display of musical accomplishment. Also there was formed 
a special choraleer group in March for those interested in putting in some time and effort on more 
difficult music. But whether in chorus or choraleers, all will agree - their singing was a credit. 



FRENCH CHORAL 



The French Choral and Art Group, one of our largest organi- 
zations, proposes to present a colorful picture of France, past 
and present. Slides, movies, songfests and lectures on the art, 
literature and civilization of France are provided at interesting, 
though infrequent, meetings. 



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ART 





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The first Massachusetts chapter of the Junior Classical League 
began in East Bridgewater High School. Through the few informative 
gatherings of Latin students, the members seek to better understand the 
ancient Roman civilization. The League presents an annual Christmas 
program in Latin and sends representatives to the state convention in 
the spring. 



FUTURE NURSES 



The Future Nurses' Club is a new school organization which was formed 
in 1963. It is an active and expanding club, having a membership of thirty-nine 
students representing every class. Within the organization's two years of exist- 
ence it has been admitted as a member of the National League of Nursing which 
enrolls nurses' clubs throughout the country. 

Through the guidance of Mrs. Robert Alexander, advisor of the club, and 
the kind assistance of Mrs. Hartman, our school nurse, the future nurses have 
completed many projects during the past two years such as carolling at hospitals 
and raising money for a scholarship first awarded this year. 




CLINIC ASSISTANTS 




Our school nurse, •Mrs. Hartman, is aided in her task of keeping 
our students well by many able girls who offer their spare school time 
as clinic assistants. An ailing student can always rest assured that 
a clinic assistant will be ready to offer him physical and mental comfort 
from his ills. The girls are a valuable help to Mrs. Hartman; and they 
gain experience in first aid and in treating the various rare or imagined 
diseases that the members of our student body may contract. 




Mrs. Edith DiPietro 

Guidance Department Secretary 



SECRETARIES 



Mrs. Alberta Poole 
Office Secretary 




LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 




Every year Mrs. Hynes nurtures another crop of hardworking library 
assistants. She manages to find a task for everyone, which may include 
anything from watering plants to making felt bookmarks for Christmas. 
Every year she is deluged with volunteers who enjoy the fun and ex- 
perience of library work and the joy of working for Mrs. Hynes. 




From left to right: Florence Tarentino, Mildred Siscoe, Florence Lanoue 
Priscilla Williams, Helen Bruni, Virginia Perkins. 



KITCHEN STAFF 

and 

CUSTODIANS 




From left to right: Albert Saccocia, Donald Perkins 
Burns Walton, Arthur Goldman. 










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photographs with imagination 

Dodge - Murphy 
Photographers 

Route 18, Whitman 
447-5542 

447-2782 



Compliments of 

EAST BRIDGEWATER SAYINGS BANK 

Insured Savings Mortgage Loans 

Personal Money Order Checks 

Low Cost Life Insurance Safe Deposit Boxes 



Open Wednesday Evenings 6:00 to 7:30 P.M. 
"95 Years of Friendly Service" 



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AL'S BARBER SHOP 

South Avenue 
Whitman, Mass. 



Compliments of 

SARKISIAN'S LUNCHEONETTE 

Washington Street 
Whitman, Mass. 



THE LELAND FARM 

Eggs and Milk 

Quality Products 
Since 1897 



FLAGG'S STORE 

AND 

ELMW00D POST OFFICE 



ATW00D DRY WALL CO. 

389 West Union Street 
East Bridgewater 



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BASIL F. GOSS 

Building Contractor 

INSURED AND REGISTERED 
EAST BRIDGEWATER 



Compliments of 

Mccormick and company 

Real Estate and Insurance 



JOPPA SERVICE STATION 

MURRAY CRAIG, Prop. 
ELMWOOD, MASS. 



ARTHUR F. SWEENEY 

PORTABLE CONCRETE FORMS 



Oak Street 
Whitman, Mass. 



Tel. 697-2019 378-2455 

ERNIES APPLIANCE CO. 

Radio and Television Sales and Service 
Stoves - Refrigerators - Washers 



12-16 BROAD STREET 



BRIDGEWATER,MASS, 



Prop., ERNEST J. SACCOCIA 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

A. OTIS LINTON 

VARIETY STORE 



Wholesalers and Distributors 

of Heavy Western 

Meats, Poultry, Frozen Foods, Provisions 

Serving - Schools, Stores, Institutions 

Home Freezers 

OAKDALE PACKING CO., INC. 

378 Pleasant Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. Telephone 587-0035 



ROCKWELL SERVICE STATION 

Best Wishes to My Daughter 

MARSHA 

And Her Graduating Class 
of 1965 



Congratulations 

THE THREE E-'S LUNCHEONETTE 

3 Central Street, East Bridgewater 



RICHARD B. TIBBETTS 
BUILDING CONTRACTOR 

1 13 Sherwood Circle 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Telephone 378-2627 



PLYMOUTH -HOME NATIONAL BANK 
EAST BRIDGEWATER OFFICE 

Personal Loans 
Auto Loans 

Checking Accounts 



SWANSON-WALLIN 

ZENITH RCA GE 

Radios and Televisions 
Home Appliances 

SALES AND SERVICE 

Telephone 378-2431 
49 Bedford St., East Bridgewater 



RAYS INCORPORATED 



Corsages 
Flowers Plants 

Telephone 697-2481 
1968 Plymouth Street 



THOMAS CHEVROLET INC. 

Route 28 300 Bedford Street 

Bridgewater, Mass. 

Tel. 697-6935 



WETZELL'S SPORT 
& MARINE CENTER 

Sports and Marine Equipment 

Team Outfitters 

Complete Repairs Service 

644 Belmont Street 

Brockton, Mass. 

586-8279 






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Compliments 
of 

ARMAND ORTENZI 

Builder 



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GRIFFIN BUICK-PONTIAC CO. 

134 Main Street 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

Tel. 697-6757 



TOWNE PHARMACY 

SIDNEY I. BERENSON 
Ph.G., Reg. Phar. 

17 Central Street 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Telephone 378-2011 



Compliments of 

CAYICCHIS 

Washington St. Whitman, Mass, 



W. H. LUDDY & SON INC. 

MOVERS 

Local Long Distant 

Pianos a Specialty 

71 Central St. East Bridgewater 378-2191 



For EVERY FORMAL Event 
Rent-A-Tux 




BESSE - BAKER'S 



65 Main Street - Downtown Brockton 



Best Wishes 

ROLAND A. YEILLEUX 



Real Estate Insurance 







BROCKTON EDISON COMPANY 



Electric Service Since 1883 



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EAST BRIDGEWATER CO-OPERATIVE BANK 



6 Central Street 



378-2672 



SERIAL SHARES 

Save regularly every month, from $1.00 to $75.00 in a single account, 

or up to $150 in a joint account. 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

Make deposits and withdrawals in any amount. 

PAID-UP CERTIFICATES 

Sold in units of $200.00. A splendid way to invest. Check mailed 

semi-annually or credited to your accounts. 



MARY CROMPTON'S 

Distinctive Gifts 
Accessories 

680 Plymouth Street 

Route 106 

East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 

Tel. 378-2072 



Compliments of 

DAVES SPEEDWASH 
and 
DEWHURST LUMBER CO., INC. 

Lumber, Builders' Supplies 
and Hardware 

215 Bedford Street East Bridgewater 



J & A RESTAURANT 

Dining Area Catering Service 

175 North Bedford Street East Bridgwater, Massachusetts 

Tel. 378-8180 



DOGS'N SUDS 

Drive-in Take-out 

North Main Street West Bridgewater 



DORRS PRINT SHOP and 
STATIONARY SHOP 

BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 





Congratulations 






Best Wishes 



Class of 1965 

KIWANIS CLUB 

of 

East Bridgewater 

We Build 



WONGS 

Whitman, Massachusetts 



"Make your greeting edible" 

JOHNSONS HOME BAKERY 

17 South Avenue 
Whitman 
447-5791 



RENO ELECTRIC COMPANY 

105 Summer Street East Bridgewater 

Tel. 583-3309 



Compliments of 

MENARD JEWELERS 



Congratulations 

East Bridgewater Seniors 

From 

WHITMAN 
WALLPAPER & PAINT CO 



Mclaughlin Chevrolet, inc. 



91 South Avenue 

Whitman, Mass. 

Sales Service 



Compliments of 

ATHERTON FURNITURE CO. 

41 Centre Street Brockton, Mass, 

Tel. 587-039.3 




Wishing You Every Success 

The Foxboro Company 

joins with other leading industries 

of your town 

in wishing you happiness and success 

in your chosen career. 



OXBORi 



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in Process and Energy Control 




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A. DUBE 

Wholesale - Retail 
Geranium Specialist - Potted Plants 

Box Plants 
378-2364 968 Central Street 



ARTS AUTO BODY 

AUTO PAINTING 
BODY AND FENDER WORK 

ARTHUR VALLIERE, Prop. 

298 Central Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



I.G.A. MARKET 

GERALD A. STETSON, Prop. 

Groceries — Meats — Vegetables 
Fruits 



Free Delivery 
14 Central Street 



Tel. 378-2221 
East Bridgewater 



JOHNS BARBER SHOP 

The Most Modern Shop in 

This Area 

DESIGNED WITH YOUR COMFORT 

IN MIND 



HOBART MACHINE MANUFACTURERS 

Sales and Service for the Largest Kitchen and Food 

Machine Manufacturers in the World 
MAXWELL J. PEARSON, SALES AGENT 

979 Plymouth Street 

East Bridgewater, Mass. Tel. 378-2810 



JOUBERT'S 

"Your Store for Famous Brands" 
Shoes and Men's Clothin 
WHITMAN, MASS. 



Best Wishes 
Graduates of 1965 

ENO'S INSURANCE 
AGENCY , INC. 

BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 



COMPLETE REAL ESTATE 
AND HOME BUILDING SERVICE 

ROLLINS AND JONES REALTY, INC. 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS 
100 BEDFORD STREET EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 



Compliments of 

TOWNE CLEANERS 

ring in AM Wear in PM 

BERJ'S 
Men's Apparel 



5 West Union Street 



Tel. 378-2641 



East Bridgewater 



SOUTH SHORE MOTORS 

Selected Used Automobiles 
Bought and Exchanged 

68 Old Bedford Street 
Route 18 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Tel. 588-0166 

ALYCE REIZIAN 

Bridal and Lingerie Shoppe 

108 Main Street 
Brockton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

WIGGINS AIRWAYS, INC. 

Norwood Airport 

Norwood, Mass. 

New England's Leading Flight Training Schoo 



Lumber - Doors - Windows - Plywood 
Paint - Hardware - Tools - Tile 

Custom Kitchen Cabinets 
Plumbing and Electrical Fixtures 

SUNNYLINE BUILDERS SUPPLY 

Duality and Service at Reasonable Prices 

SIDNEY GOLDMAN, Prop. 

551 Bedford St. 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Good Luck to the 

"65" Class 

From Your Neighborhood Store 
"Cy" Hughes 

RICHARDS CORNER MARKET 

West Bridgewater, Mass. 



RIDDER'S "Farm Maid" 
ICE CREAM 

WHITMAN-HANOVER 



Compliments of 

ORIENTAL CARPET 
CLEANING CO. 

TELEPHONE 378-3141 

105 Pleasant Avenue 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 









Congratulations Class of '65 




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Where You Get the l'* 888 ^ 

Finest Quality Meats r J FF £&,-**■ 

sold anywhere . . . "'—^/^V 

Pk GOLD BOND %% 



Jewelers for Your Class Rings 



DIEGES & CLUST MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 



226 Public Street 



Providence, Rhode Island 



RINGS 
MEDALS 



CHARMS 



PINS 
TROPHIES 




Compliments of 

BRIDGEWATER ICE 

AND 
COAL COMPANY 



Compliments of 



THE EAST BRIDGEWATER BOOSTER'S CLUB 



'Be a Boostei 



Compliments of 

CHRIS'S BARBER SHOP 

6 West Union Street East Bridgewater 



Good Luck 
Class of 1965 



ARTHUR R. BAGGIA PRINTER 

171 Plymouth Street East Bridgewater 



Wedding Invitations — Office Forms . f 



BROWNS NEWS AGENCY 

1 1 South Avenue 
Whitman, Massachusetts 



'WITH BEST WISHES" 




CIRELLI FOODS, INC. 



94 Forest Street 



Tel. 587-0385 



BROCKTON 27, MASSACHUSETTS 



BABBITT'S 
GULF SERVICE 



CHARM BEAUTY SALON 

47 Central Square 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

Millie Dewhurst Tel. 697-2349 

Television and Air Conditioned 






Compliments of 

BEAVER NURSERY INC. 

29 Belmont Street 
East Bridgewater 583-4602 



Forced Warm Air Heating 

Gas and Oil Fuel Systems 

Air Conditioning 

CLOUDMAN 
SHEET METAL WORKS 

93 Bedford Street - East Bridgewater, Mass. 
378-2895 



Compliments of 

TOLL HOUSE INC. 

Fine Food - Liquor - Gift Shop 

362 Bedford Street - Whitman, Mass, 

Tel. 447-4455 
RESERVATIONS 



Best Wishes to the Graduating Class 
American Legion Post 91 Fred Bates Morse 




Commander 

Senior Vice Commander 

Junior Vice Commander 

Finance Officer 

Chaplain 

Historian 

Adjutant 



Thomas Hall 
Herbert West 
Frank La Rosa 
Paul Garabedian 
Rev. Gerald Milliken 
Dave Swartz 
Kenneth MacMullen 



R. STEWART FAIRBURN 

Representative 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 



Compliments of 

EDGAR'S 



DOWNTOWN BROCKTON 



TAFT'S JEWELERS 

1120 Main Street - Campello 

WATCH MAKERS 
DIAMOND SETTERS 
Registered Jewelers and Certified Gemologist 
American Gem Society 

Tel. 586-2269 



GRABAU & JACKSON 

PLUMBING & HEATING 

CO., INC. 

Master Plumbers 
Licenses #7056, # 7100 

NEW CONSTRUCTIONS 
REMODELING - REPAIRS 



378-2505 



586-3845 



Compliments of 

JOPPA GRILL 



Roy E. Mitchell, Prop. 




PEACEFUL 
MEADOWS 

91 Bedford Street 

WHITMAN 

Tel. Gibson 7-2381 



JOHNSONS 

Televisions and Radio 
Sales and Service 

OLYMPIC - MOTOROLA 

108 Willow Ave. 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



elmer McCarthy & co 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 

37 Central Street 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 

blanche mccarthy 
elmer McCarthy 

Telephone 378-2930 



Compliments of 



CARVER COTTON GIN COMPANY 












WITH BEST WISHES 

WOODARD & WRIGHT 
LAST CO. 

24 West Union Street 
EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

CHURCHILL SUPPLY 
CO. , INC. 

Brockton, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 



DUVAL'S DRUGS 



Whitman, Massachusetts 



BROCKTON OIL HEAT, INC. 

27 Legion Parkway 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

587-0323 



EAST BRIDGEWATER 
HARDWARE CO. 

8 West Union Street 

East Bridgewater 

Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

EASTERN STATES STEEL CORP 

GEO. H. BERGER, Pres.-Treas. 

36 Cook Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Compliments of 

JACK STENGEL 

REAL ESTATE 

12 Whitman Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 

378-3002 



MARKEY'S 

FORMAL WEAR 
RENTAL SERVICE 



192 Main Street 
Brockton, Mass. 



CAMPELLO SHOE STORE INC. 

J. F. CARRIULO 
1085 Main Street 
Brockton, Massachusetts 
583-2620 



Compliments of 

POWERS & SON 
FILLING STATION 

GAS - OIL - TIRES 
ACCESSORIES 

707 Central Street 



Compliments of 

MUTUAL FEDERAL SAYINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WHITMAN 

570 Washington Street - Whitman Center 



PERKINS' GREENHOUSES 

Flowers for All Occasions 

546 Central Street 

and 

370 West Union Street 

Tel. 378-2101 



PUTNAM STEELE LABORATORY 

156 Whitman Street 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 

378-2001 



CAPEWAY MOTORS 

IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - VALIANT 
"WHERE YOU BUY WITH CONFIDENCE" 

ROUTE 18 WHITMAN 




447-4414 




Compliments of 

COUNTRY SQUIRE 

DOG FOOD 




m Established in 1902 

M. CLIFTON EDSON & SON, INC. 

"INSURANCE FOR EVERY NEED" 

11 Central St., East Bridgewater, Mass. 
Tel. 378-3156 



Compliments 



of 



MALASPINO FORM CO. 



FORNI BROTHERS 

Range and Fuel Oil - Sales and Service - Oil Burners 

563 Spring Street - East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 

Telephone 378-2652 

Equipped with 2-Way Radios for Fast Service 



Tel. 378-3131 HOTPOINT 

CLYDE MESERYE 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 

Heat - Light - Power 
Installation 

126 Pleasant Street, East Bridgewater 



LUDDY'S NEWS STAND 

25 Central Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



MILLETT FARMS 

Quality Dairy Products for over 100 yean 

Old Fashioned Ice Cream 
21 FLAVORS 

Washington Street - Route 14 
Whitman, Mass. 



Compliments of 

FOUR SEASONS GIFT SHOP 

99 Whitman Street 
East Bridgewater 



Compliments of 

McCORDICK'S OIL SERVICE 

PLUMBI NG and HEATI NG 



FORGE POND BARBER SHOP 

Water Street off Route 18 

LADIES - GIRLS 
Michael J. Peppe 



Compliments of 

MELYIN JEWELERS 

6 West Union Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



PAUL M. MORRIS 

REAL ESTATE 

Residential - Commerical - Complete Listings 

Telephone 378-3661 

1 18 North Bedford Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



MacNEIL and BATTI 

General Auto Repairing and Lubrication 

Complete Modern Tune-Up Equipment 

TIRES- BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES 

Telephone 378-2122 
26 North Central Street 



Compliments 

PRINCESS 
HAIR STYLING STUDIO 

29 Central Street 
East Bridgewater 



Compliments of 

McCarthy brothers 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 

205 Commercial Street - Whitman, Massachusetts 

Telephone 447-4021 or 447-4201 





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"Personalized Flowers for Every Occasion' 
Wedding Arrangements - Corsages - Funeral Design 

ALEXANDERS FLOWER SHOP 

Beatrice M. Holbrook, Prop. 
Telephone 378-2241 East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Compliments of 



SALLY DRESS SHOP 



Washington Street - Whitman, Mass, 



SILVER-SMITH MOTOR 
SALES, INC. 

2074 South Main Street 

Brockton, Mass. 

587-2200 

Sales - Service - Parts - Body Shop 



LUCINI MOTOR SALES, INC. 

SALES ^|P§|f SERVICE 

South Main Street - West Bridgewater 
Tel. 583-5500 



Compliments of 

SACCOCIA'S BARBER SHOP 

132 Broad Street 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

DAVID and RICHARD 



Best of Luck 

ROSEN FURNITURE CO., INC. 

South Shore's Largest Colonial Store 

360 South Avenue 
Whitman, Mass. 



Compliments of 

S0LARI SAND & 
GRAVEL CO. 

606 Central Street 
East Bridgewater 



Compliments of 



FORGE POND ANTIQUES 



North Bedford Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



LaBRECQUES OIL SERVICE 

238 West Pond Street 
East Bridgewater 
Tel. 378-2573 



Compliments of 

ROBERT FISCHER 



Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL CLUB OF 
EAST BRIDGEWATER, INC. 




V 



TO THE CLASS OF 1965 
May you find success and happiness in all of your endeavors, and 
may only the better things in life come your deserving days. 
FROM THE CLASS OF 1967 



f ■'■" "L - ■ - life 

JBsv ■ 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



PATRONS 



Dr. and Mrs. Donald B. Bannerman 
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Barney 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Barney 
Mr. James A. Black 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Black 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boisvert 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Bouldry 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bouldry 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Boutiette, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arne Brogren 
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Brown 
Mrs. Barbara Buron 
Mr. and Mrs. Edger F. Carlson 
Mrs. Alice Cloudman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cloudman 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Cook, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. William Cox 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Crocker 
Miss Cheryl Crocker 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Crowley 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson 
Mr. and Mrs Joseph W. Deveau 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Duffany 
Miss Carol Duffany 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duprey 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Easter 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Eldredge 
Mr. and Mrs. John Fallon 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farr 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Figgins 
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Figgins 
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Franklin 
Mrs. Letha Gi I son 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Hall 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, Jr. 
Mrs. Mildred Hall 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hatch, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Hatch 
Mrs. Fred Hawkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Hawkins 
'..'. Kenneth Helmar 
Homer 
Mr. and Mrs. James Hornstra 



Mrs. Margaret Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Judson 

Mr. and Mrs. Berg Kambegian 

Mrs. Lillian V. Kingston 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry LaBrecque 

Mrs. Albert Lagerstedt 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Larson 

Mr. 'and Mrs. Allan M. Lee 

Mrs. Majorie Leland 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lopes 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mahoney 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGrail 

Dep. Sheriff Frank McLeod 

Mrs. William Melendy 

Rev. and Mrs. Gerald C. Milliken 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Moulson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Morse 

Mr. and Mrs. George Nye 

Miss S. Elizabeth O'Brien 

Mr. and Mrs. Myles O'Reilly 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Papagno 

Mi ss Dianne Post 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Post 

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Resnick 

Mr. Beatrice Rieder 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Donald Ring 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Robideau 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rockwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton A. Rollins, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Sager 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sprague 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Spyrka 

Miss Lorraine Stoddard 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. Vaughan, Sr. 

Mr. Roger H. Vaughan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Viola 

Miss Carol S. Vincent 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Wallin 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wohlen 

Mr. and Mrs. George Wood 

Dr. and Mrs. William B. Wood 



PROFESSIONAL PAGE 

Man's success is determined by his initiative. 
His willingness to lend a helping hand portrays 
his devotion to humanity. This, along with time 
and effort, characterizes the professional men of 
East Bridgewater. 

It is with appreciation and admiration that 
we thank them for sponsoring our yearbook. 



Compliments of 



DR. PAUL SOWSY 



Compliments of 

EDMUND W. NUTTER 



Compliments of 



DR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. DEFEO 



To The Class Of 1965 



DR. DONALD B. BANNERMAN 



Compliments of 



DR. H. A. 






OUR MEMORIAL 

Randy Stetson 
1947-1964 





And, when the stream 

Which overflowed the soul was passed away 

A consciousness remained that it had left, 

Deposited upon the silent shore 

Of memory, images and precious thoughts, 

That shall not die, and cannot be destroyed. 

Wordsworth